Tug wakes up in an unfamiliar place with people he doesn't recognize and is uncertain about his own identity. Meanwhile Jinny knows that something strange is happening in the house and decides she must unravel the mystery herself in order to save the boy. She decides on a dangerous course of action to set Tug free, but will she be in time to save him...A gripping thriller from one of our best-selling writers. Fast-paced and dramatic, this thriller has already attracted attention, with film rights under option.
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Gillian Cross was born on the edge of London, and, for as long as she can remember, has loved books and stories. She was still at school when she started to write books though, she admits, she never had time to finish any of them off. She has now published many children's books with OUP, and won many prizes, including The Smarties Book Prize, and The Whitbread Children's Book Award. She has been translated into twelve languages worldwide, and has established herself as a master of the novel for older children/young adults. The Demon Headmaster books have now been adapted for BBC Children's TV. Gillian lives in Coventry.From Publishers Weekly:
The victim of a kidnapping, Tug battles fear and brainwashing in this stylishly written thriller. Ages 12-up.
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0192718630